Um, no, I sure hope not. Wine bottles are not designed to hold pressure. The cork is also not designed to hold pressure. If you're trying to carbonate in a wine bottle, the best thing that can happen is that the corks blow out. Otherwise, the glass bottles will blow up. Corks blowing out is a mess- bottles blowing up are dangerous.
Is this a beer, or a sparkling wine? You could use beer bottles with caps, or champagne bottles with corks and cages. Maybe since they were uncovered for 2 days, they will be still and not carbonated and you'd be ok. Whatever it is will probably be oxidized from the air, though.
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